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Office of Student Involvement

509-372-7299| | West 269

Amber Eubanks
Graduate Assistant
West 269, Suite C

Amber Eubanks graduated with her B.S. in Biological Sciences from WSU Tri-Cities in May 2013. She was elected and served as student body Vice-President from 2010-2011, then elected and served as student body president from 2011-2013. She came back to WSU Tri-Cities in fall 2013 to pursue her master’s in Environmental Engineering and joined the Office of Student Involvement Fall 2014 as a Graduate Assistant.





Allison Rodgers
West 269, Suite B

Allison Rodgers joined the WSU Tri-Cities Student Involvement team in spring 2011. Prior to working for WSU Tri-Cities, she worked at Hope International University in Fullerton, California in Business Services and Registrar Services for six years. Allison earned a bachelor’s degree in Business & Management from Hope International University where she was awarded the Presidential Scholarship and was recognized as her graduating class’s Honors recipient for the College of Business. As an undergraduate student, Allison served a leader for New Student Orientation and Community Outreach Coordinator for Student Government. Allison continued her studies by earning a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, California. Currently, Allison is on staff of the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Student Government West Institute and an active member of National Association of Student Personnel Administrators  (NASPA). She serves on the Board of Directors for United Way of Benton and Franklin Counties within the Community Solutions Committee, as well as serves as high school mentor in a local program called Revolution. For recreation, she officiates middle and high school basketball. Allison also likes to travel and explore diverse cultures.


Madison Rosenbaum
Marketing & Communication Intern
West 269, Suite C

Madison Rosenbaum is currently pursuing a double major in Psychology and Digital Technology and Culture and will graduate from WSU Tri-Cities in May 2015. She served as director of marketing for ASWSU-TC from 2013-2014 and acquired a joint internship with the Office of Student Involvement and Marketing and Communications department in the spring of 2014 as a student writer and public relations specialist. Currently, she manages the external and internal communications for the university. In her free time, you can find Madison capturing the world through her camera lens.




 Dream Team 2014-2015